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Division

Org. No. Org. Name

Need

Business & Finance 24

Grant Services 1.0 FTE - Funding for a grant writer

Business & Finance 25

Risk
Management

1 FTE - Safety Compliance Officer

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

35

Property
Management

2 Building Rental Coordinators

Deputy
Superintendent

4T

Community
Partnerships

Move 0.27 of Director of Community


Partnerships to baseline

Operations

65

Truancy &
Discipline
Services

0.2 FTE for Program Manager

Operations

65

Truancy &
Discipline
Services

1.0 FTE District Truancy Representative


position

T&L

4R

T&L

57

College &
1.7 FTE for Staff funded on High School
Career
Grant
Readiness
Early Learning Continued support for RULER program
implementation

HR

17

Human
Resources

Funding for advertising and posting jobs

T&L

4G

Visual and
Performing
Arts
Coordinated
School Health

Funding to purchase instructional


materials as part of new courses for 2
new pathways (in 2015-2016)
1.0 FTE to replace SPARC grant funds

Operations

67

Operations

65

Truancy &
Discipline
Services

1.0 FTE for Office Specialist III

Operations

74

Media
Operations

0.2 FTE - Manager Instructional TV &


Media Center

Deputy
Superintendent

2A

Deputy
1 FTE Project Manager position
Superintenden
t

T&L

4G

Visual and
Performing
Arts

1 FTE - Funding to sustain Central


Pathway to build arts staff up to Grade 5

T&L

4G

Visual and
Performing
Arts

2.1 FTE - Augment arts staff for student


instruction in SSW Pathway (began in
2014-2015)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

33

Enrollment
Planning

Class size reduction study

Operations

67

Coordinated
0.5 MTSS Behavior lead
School Health

Deputy
Superintendent
Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

01

Board Office

PD for Directors

33

Enrollment
Planning

Contract with consultant to assist in


housing study to improve enrollment
projections

Superintendent
T&L

5E

Communicatio Listening Organization


ns
SPED
MTSS Behavior Lead

Business & Finance 10

Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance

Superintendent

Superintenden African American Males


t
Coordinated
0.5 FTE - Coordinated school health
School Health admin support

Operations

67

Business & Finance 10

Business & Finance 10

HR

17

HR

17

Business & Finance 10

Need intensive audit response support


(via contract) to resolve growing backlog
of open internal control issues

Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance
Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance
Human
Resources

Financial Advisor Contract

Human
Resources
Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance
REA

1.0 FTE HR Business Partner

Increase Audit Response Manager's


hours from 20-30 hours per week
1.0 Business Analyst

Tax Advisor Contract

Deputy
Superintendent
HR

4T
17

Human
Resources

Operations

34

Transportation 1 FTE - Project Manager to work with


DoTS for configuring VersaTrans

Superintendent

4A

School Family Funding to roll out the Neighbor to


Partnerships
Neighbor (N2N) Program

Superintendent

4A

School Family Translated Materials for Family


Partnerships
Connectors University

Superintendent
T&L

42

Graphic Designer funding for Annual


Strategic Plan report
1.0 Substitute Program Coordinator

Superintenden 3 FTE to Lead Key Work


t
C&I 2 FTE to coordinate with amplify to build
assessment
out assessments (District level
assessment managers).

Deputy
Superintendent

2A

PM & CI

3 FTE - Senior Project Manager (PM)

Deputy
Superintendent

2A

PM & CI

2 FTE - Senior Project Manager (CI)

T&L

4S

Science

0.4 Warehouse FTE for Science


Instructional Materials

T&L

5E

SPED

DHH Expansion

T&L

5E

SPED

Compliance Manager

T&L

5E

SPED

Private School Support

T&L

4L

Literacy

T&L

4L

Literacy

Move 1.0 FTE Assessment Manager to


Baseline
Move 0.5 FTE Assessment Assistant to
Baseline

T&L

5E

SPED

Special Education Transition Program

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

Replace ID Card Equipment

T&L

5D

ELL

Funding for ELL support / services in


non-ELL schools

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

Quick Reference Guides for emergency


situations

Business & Finance 25

Risk
Management

Legally mandated safety training (wages


for training time)

Business & Finance 25

Risk
Management

Injury on Duty Leave Pool

T&L

5E

SPED

Behavior Consortium PE

T&L

4R

College &
Career
Readiness

Services previously funded by High


School Grant and FLASH training funds

T&L

5D

ELL

Hourly Testers

T&L

41

Funding for graduation at Seattle World


School

T&L

5D

Chief
Academic
Officer
ELL

Sick Leave Subs

Business & Finance 25

Risk
Management

Superintendent

Light Duty Pool

T&L

5E

Communicatio Communications coverage at evening


ns
events
SPED
Backfill IDEA grant

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Software and Hardware Annual


Maintenance/Licensing costs

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Solutions for Data and Information


reporting services

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Additional Staffing for Enterprise


Application Services (SAP)

Operations

34

Transportation Software upgrades for VersaTrans

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

New Service: Implementation, support,


maintenance and operations of a
modern Learning Management System
(LMS) and Classroom Data System (CDS)
to support staff/instructor PD, and to
support eLearning for all students

Deputy
Superintendent
T&L

01

Board Office

45

Advanced
Learning

Implement "BoardDocs" for more


efficient document posting
Automation for the nomination process
(and entire application process)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

33

Enrollment
Planning

Technology upgrades - more powerful


computers to process large data sets

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

New Technology - Computers

Operations

67

Coordinated
0.6 FTE - Coordinated School Health
School Health Exec. Director

T&L

4R

College &
Career
Readiness

Superintendent

Superint Superintenden Seattle teacher Residency


endent t

Deputy
Superintendent
Deputy
Superintendent
T&L

4T
4T
4M

Strategic
Planning
Strategic
Planning
Math

0.4 Director of College and Career


Readiness

0.5 FTE - Exec Dir of Strategic Planning


and Partnerships (Clover)
1 FTE - Alignment Coord Strategic (Anita)
Scope and Sequence Kick-off

T&L

4M

Math

Scope and sequence continuation

T&L

42

C&I assessment

PD for Amplify

Business & Finance 24

Grant Services 0.3 FTE for Senior Budget Technician

Superintendent

4A

Native
American
Education

Budget for establishing the Native


American Student Support an Mentoring
Program at West Seattle High School

Operations

74

Media
Operations

Contract Amount for hourly media tech

T&L

4M

Math

PD for teachers on data analysis

T&L

42

C&I assessment

Amplify tools for roll-out

Deputy
Superintendent

4T

REA

Funding for annual student, staff, and


family survey administration

Budget

1 FTE - Reinstate a Central Budget


Manager

Business & Finance 22

Operations

3E

Purchasing

Expansion of "P-Card" program for low


value purchasing at schools

Business & Finance 01

Internal Audit 1 FTE - Auditor


& Ethics

HR

17

HR

17

1.0 FTE Compliance Analyst (Title VII,


Title IX, ADA, etc)
1.0 Talent Management Admin Support

Deputy
Superintendent

08

Human
Resources
Human
Resources
DoTS

T&L

81

Executive
Director of
Schools

1 FTE - Additional Executive Director of


Schools positions

Superintendent

Computer Operations Support Analyst to


support Central Data Facility

Internal Audit 1 FTE - Additional Internal Auditor


& Ethics

T&L

42

C&I
assessment

Stipend at each school for assessment


coordinator and centrally based data
position

T&L

42

1 FTE - Assessment support for Shawn

T&L

5E

C&I assessment
SPED

T&L

42

C&I

STAR Mentor Manager Position

Crisis Prevention Intervention

Superintendent

4A

School Family Curriculum Materials to teach parents to


Partnerships
support the whole child learning and
socio-emotional development to
strengthen family engagement at home
and in the community

Business & Finance 24

Grant Services Cost Analyst Upgrade to Assistant Grants


Manager

T&L

42

Physical
Education

Funding for High School Physical


Education Specialists (10 to be in
compliance)

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Additional Web Support staff

Deputy
Superintendent
Deputy
Superintendent
T&L

4T

Strategic
Planning
REA

57

1 FTE - Career Ladder Program


Coordinator
Baseline funding for 1 Lead Statistical
Analyst
Early Learning 1.0 FTE-Manager of Preschool

T&L

5D

ELL

4T

0.5 Migrant Recruiter Needed

T&L

4M

Math

PD for teachers on standards

Deputy
Superintendent

4T

Strategic
Planning

1 FTE - TPEP Program Manager

Deputy
Superintendent

01

Board Office

Support Media Operations Dept's need


for new cameras and equipment, and
replace AV equipment in auditorium

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

System Center Configuration Manager


Position

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

36

Critical
Maintenance

Replace Maintenance Vehicles

Superintendent

4A

School Family 2 School and Family Partnership


Partnerships
Coordinators / Liasons

Business & Finance 10

HR

17

Business & Finance 22

Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance
Human
Resources
Budget

1 FTE Government Relations Director

2.0 FTE Call Center Specialists


1 FTE - Additional School Budget Analyst

Business & Finance 25

Risk
Management

1 FTE - Clerical Support for Enterprise


Risk Management

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

1 FTE - Safety Assistant Manager

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

1.0 FTE to reconcile credit card accounts

Business & Finance 27

Contracting
Services

1 FTE for Contract Administration

Operations

74

Media
Operations

0.5 FTE - Video Operations Specialist

HR

17

1.0 FTE Office Specialist

Operations

3D

Human
Resources
Warehouse

HR

17

Human
Resources

1.0 FTE Recruitment and Orientation


Coordinator

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

1 FTE - Office Specialist III

HR

17

Human
Resources

1.0 FTE Labor / Employee Relations


Specialist

Business & Finance 27

Contracting
Services

Contract Management Software

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

37

Custodial
Services

Technical and hardware to utilize and


update from field

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

Upgraded Fingerprinting system

1 FTE - Warehouse Employee

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

2.0 FTE - GL Accountants

T&L

42

Physical
Education

1.0 Adapted Physical Education PreSchool Specialist

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Additional resources for Training and


Improvements / Enhancements for
Teaching & Learning Applications
(primarily PowerSchool)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

37

Custodial
Services

3 Facility Supervisors for Evening Shift

HR

17

T&L

5E

Human
Resources
SPED

0.5 FTE Compliance Analyst (NCLB /


HQs)
Special Education Contingency

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

37

Custodial
Services

Materials and Supplies to increase


preventative maintenance

Business & Finance 27

Contracting
Services

1 FTE for Outreach Coordinator

T&L

4M

Math

Stipends for C&I PLC members

T&L

42

C&I

Elementary Progress Report

T&L

5E

SPED

Professional Development

T&L

5E

SPED

Special Ed Obudsperson Support

Business & Finance 27

Contracting
Services
Math

Leadership PD

T&L

4M

Superintendent

4A

Possible summer scope and sequence


refinement
Equity & Race 1.5 Equity & Race Relations Specialists

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Implementation of a Tier 2 CSS and TSS


support for Classroom/Lab services and
classroom productivity tools and
Instructional technology (Desktop &
Mobile computers, A/V Equipment, etc.)

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

1 Information Security Officer

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

1.0 FTE for Accounts Payable - Employee


Reimbursements

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

1.0 FTE for Accounts Payable - Vendor

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

3 Additional FTE for Systems and Central


Operation Services (focused on Network
Routing and Switching Support)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

38

Grounds

Lease 4 additional vehicles

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

37

Custodial
Services

Lease 4 additional vehicles

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Mobile Device Management

Operations

3A

Safety and
Security

Critical Response Vehicles / Fleet /


Equipment

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

New Service: Support and Maintenance


of Classroom and Meeting space at
JSCEE

Business & Finance 23

Accounting

1.0 FTE for ASB Accounting

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

Custodial
Services

Increase cleaning frequency for buildings

Contracting
Services

Central repository for contracts (desire


to activate SAP module)

37

Business & Finance 27

T&L

42

Physical
Education

Funding for Elementary School Physical


Education Specialists (32 to be in
compliance)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

36

Critical
Maintenance

Increase staffing level across multiple


trades (locksmith, sheet metal,
machinist, labors, asbestos worker,
roofing, electrical, plumbing, masonry
and music repair)

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

38

Grounds

Increase frequency of grounds


maintenance

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

39

Resource
Conservation

3 Increased staffing for Building Controls


Technicians

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

37

Custodial
Services

PD for tech and hardware to utilize


school dude offsite

Operations

3D

Warehouse

New Food Delivery Trucks

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

35

Property
Management

1 Accounting Specialist to support


leasing operations

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

39

Resource
Conservation

1 Resource Conservation Specialist

T&L

4L

Literacy

Grade level PLC to support benchmark


assessments and implementation of K-12
scope and sequence

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

36

Critical
Maintenance

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

38

Grounds

Additional Work Order materials for


increased workload (if new staff are
approved)
District Staffing to manage and maintain
athletic complexes

Business & Finance 15

Payroll

Need fully automated time & attendance


system for employee self service; access
for all employees; on-line statements
and tax documents

Business & Finance 22

Budget

Integrative Budget Development


Technology System

T&L

4K

International
Education

Funding for Pre-Planning and Planning for


potential International Schools

T&L

4K

International
Education

Funding for testing

T&L

86

College &
Career
Readiness

Career and College Readiness Tool

T&L

4K

International
Education

1.2 FTE and Stipends for Team


Leadership Group Participants

Business & Finance 10

Asst. Sup.
Business &
Finance

1 FTE for additional Senior


administrative support

Business & Finance 27

Contracting
Services

Move to e-signature routing for contract


approval / signature

T&L

42

Physical
Education

5.0 Adapted Physical Education


Specialists

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

39

Resource
Conservation

Added recycle program to the recycle


contract in September

T&L

5E

SPED

Intensive Behavior Services

Operations

83

Athletic
Department

Hourly coaching increases

T&L

5E

SPED

Comp Ed Settlement Fund

T&L

4M

Math

Extra time for C&I PLC Members

Deputy
Superintendent

4T

REA

Baseline funding for 1 Project Manager


Data & Assessment

Superintendent

4A

School Family Budget to offer food to families during


Partnerships
Family Connectors University

Operations

83

Athletic
Department

Stipend pay for coaches of unified


program

Operations

83

Athletic
Department

Funding to develop full time Athletic


Director positions at (10) High Schools

T&L

4L

Literacy

Development of K-12 authentic


assessments

01

Board Office

Search function within website platform


for Board Policy Book

08

DoTS

Additional Instructional Technology Staff

08

DoTS

Replace 15 year old Telecommunications


equipment

Deputy
Superintendent
Deputy
Superintendent

Deputy
Superintendent

T&L

4K

International
Education

Funds for time for Teacher Leaders to


support Dual Immersion teachers to
translate and adapt materials

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

30

Capital

1 FTE - Office Specialist III for audit


follow-ups, admin support, data

HR

17

Human
Resources

1.0 FTE Labor / Employee Relations


Analyst

HR

17

Human
Resources

Substitute deployment materials

HR

17

Human
Resources

NeoGov Training

HR

17

Human
Resources

Funding for an On-boarding automation


solution

Operations

34

Transportation New Computers and software

Operations

34

Transportation Additional Buses

Operations

65

Truancy &
Discipline
Services

1.0 Reentry/Intervention Student


Assistance Specialist position

Operations

65

Truancy &
Discipline
Services

Add 11.0 Funding for Truancy


Intervention Specialists

Operations

66

Nursing
Services

New software for health records


management

Operations

66

Nursing
Services

0.4 FTE to perform health evaluations for


Pre-school Assessment Teams

Operations

66

Nursing
Services

2.3 Level B Nurse Staffing

Operations

74

Media
Operations

Video Equipment Replacement and


Repair

Operations

83

Athletic
Department

Seeking and providing an e-sign athletic


registration program for the athletic
program that links to the main
departmental site

Operations

07

Enrollment

Technology upgrade - computers

Operations

07

Enrollment

Automation for inputting student


information

Operations

09

Family &
Community
Engagement

Maintain or increase the number of


Family Support Workers at schools

Operations

09

Operations

3B

Family &
Community
Engagement
Nutrition
Services

Data record keeping, and case


management system that readily
interfaces with PowerSchool
Web-based application for the
processing of school meal & other
benefits (annual household application)

Operations

3B

Nutrition
Services

1 Area Supervisor

Operations

3B

Nutrition
Services

Equipment upgrades needed in


lunchrooms

Operations

3C

Publishing
Services

1 FTE - Management Analyst for


Publishing Services

Operations

3D

Warehouse

New Mail Truck

Operations

3E

Purchasing

___ Purchasing FTE

Operations

3E

Purchasing

Automation for RFO and ITB Processes

Operations

3E

Purchasing

Superintendent

04

General
Counsel

Automation for contracts approval


process
1 FTE - Administrative Assistant

T&L

42

C&I

District Registrar

T&L

47

Summer
School

On-going funding for summer school

T&L

57

Early Learning 1.0 FTE to support Helen in


implementation of RULER program

T&L

41

Funding for technology / computer


replacement

T&L

5D

Chief
Academic
Officer
ELL

T&L

5D

ELL

Office Staff support?

Funding for core content materials

T&L

5E

SPED

Administrative Assistance

T&L

SS

Skill Center

0.5 - 1 FTE for Recruitment, Marketing,


Data Gathering
5 FTE for Regional Behavior
Interventionists

Deputy
Superintendent
HR

2A

PM & CI

1 FTE - Project Coordinator

17

Human
Resources

1.0 FTE Hard to Fill Recruiter

T&L

45

Advanced
Learning

Online administration of cognitive and


achievement testing in grades 3-8

T&L

5A

Native Ed.

Transportation for after school summer


support programs, and summer literacy
program homework support

T&L

4R

College &
Career
Readiness

Need for health education programming


and PD

MTSS

T&L

SS

Skill Center

Subsidize Skills Center program while it


builds to capacity

T&L

42

SPED

1.0 Adapted Physical Education Manager


(Supervisor)

T&L

41

Funding for school accreditation process

T&L

51 / 52

Chief
Academic
Officer
Title 1 / LAP

Deputy
Superintendent

08

DoTS

Educational Technology Stipend

T&L

42

1.0 Physical Education Coach

T&L

42

Deputy
Superintendent

2A

Physical
Education
Physical
Education
PM & CI

2 additional consulting teachers for


support to schools in supplemental
investments

1.0 Physical Education Manager


Funding for contractual services (CI)

Deputy
Superintendent

2A

PM & CI

Increases in non-staff costs for additional


headcount

HR

17

Human
Resources

Leadership Training for Supervisors

HR

17

Human
Resources

Development of online Supervisory


Training

HR

17

Operations

66

Human
Resources
Nursing
Services

Funding to contract out LER training for


principals
PD for Certificated Nurses

Operations

3E

Purchasing

On-demand printing of
publisher/copyrighted materials

T&L

42

C&I

IB/World Language Curriculum Manager

T&L

42

Physical
Education

Physical Education Assessments

T&L

45

Advanced
Learning

1.0 FTE Program Support Analyst

T&L

45

Advanced
Learning

Stipend to pay for Talent Development in


underrepresented middle schools

T&L

57

Early Learning 1.0 FTE - Data Management Position

T&L

4G

Visual and
Performing
Arts

1.0 FTE - Visual Arts Coach

T&L

4G

Visual and
Performing
Arts

Finalizing 21st Century Assessments &


associated PD

T&L

4K

International
Education

Professional Development on
components of International Education
for Principals and Teachers

T&L

4K

International
Education

Cert Sub Time for PD

T&L

4M

Math

T&L

4S

Science

0.2 Staff to facilitate Grade 2 summative


math assessment
OSPI-supported Next Generation Science
Standards professional development

T&L

4S

Science

Collaborative professional development


and resource development for Biology,
Physical Science,

T&L

41

Chief
Academic
Officer

Funding for PD for Teaching and Learning


leadership team

T&L

81

Executive
Director of
Schools

EDS Professional Development

T&L

81

Additional funds for technical resources,


printing and supply needs

T&L

5A

Executive
Director of
Schools
Native Ed.

T&L

5E

SPED

Hire a 2nd paraprofessional to help track


attendance and grades
Adaptive PE non-staff

T&L

5E

SPED

Special Ed non-staff budget

T&L

5E

SPED

Assistive Tech Equipment

T&L

42

C&I

Typing Agent

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

30

Capital

Build out Flip's office

Operations

07

Enrollment

Compensation adjustment for 4 bilingual


staff

T&L

5D

ELL

Additional Funding to ensure compliance

T&L

5E

SPED

Psychologist Intern Program

T&L

5E

SPED

Assistive Tech

T&L

87

Career Center None

MTSS

Continue funding for SEL and behavior


support at 6 secondary schools that
went through CTC process and
identified / implemented solutions

MTSS

System-wide PD on MTSS and trauma


informed practices (includes central
office roles, TV studio time, printing,
contracting)

Category

FTE Count Reason

Context

Headcount

1.00

New
Initiative

Grant requests will increase as funding issues continue


and additional needs are identified. Lack of dedicated
grant writing staff is a major hindrance. Additional,
dedicated support in the form of a grant writer(s) would
make the identification of funding and development of
proposals more uniform and effective. Having an in-house
grant writing expert will negate the need to educate
contracted grant writers on the needs of the district as
well as its goals, objectives and significant programming

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative

Would help perform compliance work that is not currently


done (e.g. accident investigations, coordinating trainings,
OSHA requirements)
currently only 2 staff for 945 registered and approved
users with 66k permitted events. Over 40 invoices/day.
Potential lost revenue and staff turnover due to workload.
There is impact on the audit findings and the need to
comply with audit findings as well

Other

0.27

New
Initiative

Other

0.20

Grant/Reve Currently funded 0.2 from HSGI grant, which is expiring in


nue Loss
September 2015. 0.8 is already funded. Both truancy and
student discipline activities are mandated by law. The job
cannot be accomplished with 0.8 FTE when the HSGI
grant ends.

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Other

1.70

Grant/Reve 0.6 Manager Health Ed, 0.6 Manager Intervention and


nue Loss
Prevention, 0.5 office specialist (funded from HSGI grant,
which expires after this year)
New
Implementation plan is a multi-year effort. This work has
Initiative
been very successful and if sustained will promote
goodwill throughout the system (2015-2016 $307,290;
2016-2017 $257,000; 2017-2018 289,000)

Other

Other

New
Initiative

Director of Community Partnerships currently funded 0.27


from an art grant, from when Carri was in that position.
This position should not be using that grant, requesting
baseline funding

The Truancy Office used to have 5 such persons, and over


the years has been decreased to two. Now it has one
person, and the district is not in compliance with state
law regarding truancy, and is at risk of losing Title I or
other federal funds funneled through OSPI.

$0 allocated in current 2014-15 budget for recruitment,


advertising, sourcing, etc. Currently, we have the ability
to only use our current website for posting and any free
sites. We can leverage sites such as LinkedIn and Career
builder. We will be able to target passive applicants
(those not currently looking for jobs) as well as active
applicants. $80, 000 is a relatively light investment
considering how much we will be required to pay each
time we engage with a search firm

Materials

New
Initiative

Academic Assurances: This is to roll out the pathways as


approved by the board

Other

1.00

Grant/Reve SPARC grant funding ends September 30th. Funds


nue Loss
needed to retain 0.2 Behavior/Emotional support
supervisor, 0.2 Manager Electronic PD/Media (already
listed under Media Operations), & 0.8 Health Ed trainer

Admin

1.00

Grant/Reve Currently funded from HSGI grant, which is expiring in


nue Loss
September 2015. The office cannot function without this
position. The position was eliminated 5 years ago and
placed in the HSGI grant in a misguided attempt to save
baseline dollars. This position is responsible for
supporting BECCa implementation required by state law.
Last year there were 138 petitions; this year so far there
have been 400.

Other

0.20

Grant/Reve High School Graduate Initiative Grant funded .2 FTE of


nue Loss
Manager but grant is not continuing into FY 2016. Need
a full time manager with growing demand for media
support for both central departments and schools.

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

PM position was approved and advertised as 24 month


position. One-time funding was provided in FY 2015-16
for a Bell Time Study PM and take on additional
assignments in year 2. The funding was provided for only
one fiscal year and is being pulled for FY2015-16. The
dept requests to keep this position for one additional year
to fulfill the work originally intended to be completed.

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

This is to roll out the pathways as approved by the board;


a public promise has been made by the superintendent.
Academic Assurances: FTE for meeting SPSs commitment
to the Central Pathway building-up music instruction to
grades 4-5 above K-3 (at minimum 30 minutes of
instruction/1 time per week).

Other

2.10

New
Initiative

This is to roll out the pathways as approved by the board;


a public promise has been made by the superintendent.
Academic Assurances: FTE to meet SPS commitment to
SSW seed funds for staffing that is aligned to Regional
Vision & Action Plan.

New
Initiative

Requested by school board / superintendent

New
Initiative

Position to be split with Special Ed to work crossdepartmentally

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

no budget to satisfy PD requests from board members

Staffing
Contracts
Other

PD / Training
Staffing
Contracts

0.50

To understand how housing impacts enrollment

Other

0.5

Service Level

Admin

New
Initiative

New
Initiative

0.50

Staffing
Contracts

to implement tool that will help the district becoming a


listening organization
Director position shared with Coordinated School Health
to create a coordinated district program to address
behavior issues. Currently several departments have
programs to address similar issues.
This contract is needed to assist with special
investigations and/or special projects. Many urgent
issues, audit findings are unmet / unresolved

New
Initiative

To implement recommendations for AA advisory and


internal work groups
The number of programs under coordinated school health
has grown. Administrative support is needed, providing
support for CBA compliance, strategic initiative
implementation

New
Initiative

This contract is needed to provide financial advising on


ad hoc topics such as the Federal Reserve Building

Service Level

0.25

New
Initiative

Audit response manager only working half time - not


enough to address needs identified in audit findings

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

Business process continuity. Business process redesign.


Data architecture and infrastructure. Data reporting and
gathering. User acceptance testing.

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Coordinating satellites HR work (nutrition services,


facilities, athletics)
This contract is needed to address several outstanding
tax issues including the use of independent contractors

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

There is always a need to put out marketing materials


around strategic plan. Annual cost
Standardize the processes and train school personnel
how to best utilize, screen, interview and retain subs

New
Initiative

Related to software upgrade needed to activate full


capabilities of software in order to improve service level

Staffing
Contracts
Staffing
Contracts
Service Level

1.00

Other

1.00

Other

New
Initiative

Materials

New
Initiative

3.00
Service Level

2.00

As we move toward expansion, the need to invest in


translated materials is crucial; we need funds for the
initial cost, and periodic updates
To address priority areas

New
Initiative

Currently funded with one time funds. Necessary for


successful rollout

Service Level

3.00

New
Initiative

Many high profile/priority projects are under staffed or


not staffed for PM and project staff (including Analyst
resource). Based upon currently identified quantity of
priority initiatives with insufficient Project Management
staffing(Strategic and Risk assuming 10-12), and an
estimate of 3 initiatives per project manager, we will
need an additional 3 Project Management staff

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative

Not enough trained CI staff to deliver methodology and


support efforts! We will likely need at least three
additional CI-focused project manager/analyst staff
support all planned efforts (at least 8 CI projects in the
next year per the Superintendents goals and turnaround
activities)

Service Level

0.40

New
Initiative

Stabilization of staff at the warehouse was planned


through a creative series of interconnected changes
within the science department. Unfortunately, the part of
the plan related to Title II was removed from overall SPS
submission to OSPI. Due to scrutiny on Title II and other
federal budgets, grants dept pulled plan, over-cautiously,
rather than elaborate and justify. Need 0.4 FTE of
warehouse assistant to stabilize staff to ensure reliability
and sustainability of the demonstrated improvements to
service

Supervision
Capacity

New
Initiative

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Expansion - 1.0 Supervisor to


provide districtwide oversight. Currently supervision is
decentralized at a building level. A regional Special Ed
Supervisor provides informal oversight in collaboration
with building administrators. 1.0 Itinerant teacher to
provide itinerant services needed for hard of hearing
students in neighborhood schools. Add one DHH
preschool program 1 teacher, 2 assistants, materials and
IEP time - how many students do we have in this
program?

Service Level

New
Initiative

Other

2.6

New
Initiative

Manger to ensure that Special Ed maintains the


compliance requirements as directed in the revised
comprehensive corrective action plan
Restore 0.4 program specialist. FTE funded for FY15 was
converted to a data specialist. Add an assessment team
(2.2 ESA ) to evaluate private school students and write
learning plans

Other

1.00

Other

0.50

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Service Level

New
Initiative

Centralize management and supervision of Transition


programs. 1.0 Supervisor and 0.5 registrar

New
Initiative

Aging equipment failed to work during busiest time of


year. Had to send to Florida for repairs, delaying ID
production 2 weeks. Staff are required to have ID badges.

New
Initiative

OUT OF COMPLIANCE as of 4/15 on this issue. State and


federal law require us to provide services if parents are
waiving services to attend a non-ELL school. How do we
provide services and where is the funding for additional
staffing and access to core content materials for ELL
teachers?

Materials

New
Initiative

No funding for the updating, printing and distribution of


quick reference guides

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Legally mandated safety training for all district staff briefly state in what areas

Other

New
Initiative

CBA requirement - how was this handled last year?


How much did we spend last year?

Other

New
Add one day of PE for students at Ryther
Initiative
Grant/Reve These funds would cover the FLASH program, which was
nue Loss
funded using one-time contingency funds this year, as
well as other services currently provided by High School
Grant (see Erin Stoen SBB document for detailed
information)

Equipment /
Vehicles

Other

1.5

Staffing
Contracts

New
Initiative

Title III will no longer pay for hourly testers.


Approximately $50,000 is needed annually for hourly
testers for three testing periods throughout the year..
When parents bring bilingual students to enroll them in
school, federal law requires they be tested first before
being placed.

Other

New
Initiative

Cost
Adjustment

New
Initiative

Seattle World School was added to the list of schools.


Seniors will be graduating from the school starting in June
2015
Historically over the past five years, the sick leave subs
total expenditures exceeds the amount budgeted. The
total Bilingual Instructional Assistants hired over the
years has increased to match the increased enrollment.
This also results in an increased number of sick leave
subs to cover for the Bilingual Instructional Assistants.
On average six days of sick leave per employee per year
is paid. Review of the past four years shows the need for
sick leaves subs increases in the last two months of the
school year. What are the historical numbers that
verify this statement?

Other

New
Initiative

New Legal Mandate - Is this the only explanation. A


little more detail would be helpful. What law?

to provide pay for contract writers to cover key evening


and community commitments
Grant/Reve The anticipation of sequestration, rate & step increases
nue Loss
has reduced IDEA buying power. Funds needed to retain
existing staff & non-staff budget

Other

Automation /
Technology

Inflation

Hardware and Software Vendors increase their licensing


and maintenance costs annually be 3% to 6% (typically).
Current licensing is approximately $2,500,000.

Service Level

New
Initiative

Demands greatly exceed team capacity. Immature


governance/prioritization process. Emergency requests
interrupt planned work and our ability to focus on longer
term more sustainable strategies like increased/improved
self-service technologies. Ad hoc data silos exist.
Expanded and more "student centric" reporting
capabilities, and more access to student data via the
ADW is a recurring recommendation from the School
Leadership Survey. What would the resources be
used for specifically?

New
Initiative

Additional technical (DoTS) staffing and user staffing are


required to achieve the major improvements and benefits
that are needed in the District.

New
Initiative

Need software upgrade to activate full capabilities of


software

Service Level

Automation /
Technology

1.00

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Implementing a full, robust LMS (and fully supporting it


with appropriate and trained staff) can revolutionize how
SPS offers classes to students, and how SPS provides
opportunities for Professional Development for staff and
instructors. It is long overdue.
It will position students well for Higher Education, where
eLearning and Distance Education are common. This
project is being funded in FY15-17 by reallocating funding
from other BEX IV initiatives. Beyond that, there is no
funding identified for licensing and maintenance.
Funding of this starting in FY16 would allow other projects
to retain their funding, and would assist in a more rapid
deployment across the District.

Automation /
Technology
Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

It is currently difficult and tedious to search for board


documents on website.
The nomination process is antiquated, inefficient, and
subject to error. It is no longer a viable process for an
applicant pool that grows roughly 10% annually (currently
5.409). Process is vulnerable to FERPA violations, which
occurred in November 2014) until a new system is
designed and implemented

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Need more powerful computers and additional data


storage

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

The Accounting department would like to start a plan to


replace a couple computers each year as they get old
and become obsolete. We are assuming we will replace
two computers next year and the cost per computer is
$1,000.

Other

0.60

Grant/Reve Families & Education Levy funds no longer available to


nue Loss
support this position

Other

0.40

Grant/Reve A portion of this position used to be funded by the Levy.


nue Loss
When Janet Blanford left, the Levy discontinued the
funding. In FY2014-15, Org 42 (Shauna Heath) used onetime funds, however those are no longer available.
To expand cohort

Other

0.50

Admin

1.00

PD / Training

Grant/Reve Funded from TIF grant, which is ending. Need to identify


nue Loss
baseline funds
Grant/Reve Funded from TIF grant, which is ending
nue Loss
New
Initiative

PD / Training

New
Initiative

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Headcount

0.30

Service Level

1.5

Continued rollout of ATI formative practice work Amplify


cohort 2 PD Amplify cohort 1 PD *Screening/progress
monitoring tool roll out
Grant/Reve Requesting a 0.3 FTE position. This position is integral
nue Loss
part of the grant compliances small team of staff who
ensure district compliance with Title IIA. This position was
previously funded with Title 2A funds, but these were cut
in 2015. This position has historically required at least 12
hours per week on Title IIA in order to confirm funds are
used correctly and minimize the risk of penalties from the
Federal government.
New
Initiative

Our Native American Community has asked for a


Proyecto-Saber-like program to better serve our Native
American High School Students by providing academic
supports and identity safety. This program will be
geographically located based on Native American student
data and school readiness and support for this program.
This program costs between $135,000 and $150,000 per
school ($90,000-$100,000 for a Certified Teacher plus
$45,000-$50,000 for an Instructional Assistant including
salary and benefits).

Staffing
Contracts

New
Initiative

Bring in new skills needed for specific projects and/or


additional support during peak demands for videos.

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Amplify (verify with Eric that funding is encumbered for


second cohort, training, and support for all users) WAKids
roll out to more schools (check with Cashel)
*K-2 screening/progress monitoring (need to identify roll
out plan, purchase)

Non-staff
Contracts

New
Initiative

Core survey work for teachers, principals, families, and


student perception surveys. Student perception surveys
is new work
This position will be integral in developing budget
processes and procedures for the District. They will work
to better integrate District-wide planning efforts with
budget development, provide manager training and
community outreach. They will also provide the support
and skills needed to improve the two main publications
from the department; the Budget Book and the Budget
Instructions Book (Goldbook)

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Other

New
Initiative

Generates rebates (roughly $40k + in previous years).


Gets low cost purchases off the desks of buyers to free
them up for higher value purchases - what is the
estimated cost savings?

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Would allow team to conduct risk assessments in all risk


areas (currently unable to do so)

Other

1.00

Legal, local federal, CPR tracking and reviews.

Admin

1.00

Other

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Service Level

3.00

New
Initiative

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Under the current annual audit plan we complete


approximately 5-10 school audits each year. At the
current pace it will take us approximately 15 years to
complete 1 audit of each school. Goal to audit every high
school, middle school and K-8 school once every 3 years,
and every elementary school and service school once
every 6 years

Stipend

97 x .2 FTE New
Initiative

Data stipend at each school to pay for coordinator, extra


time Centrally based assessment coordinator position
(working with Shawn) Centrally based registrar/data
position (working with college and career) Centrally
based data coaches/coordinators (2 positions to manage
and support benchmarks, push in to support data work at
school sites)

Other

1.00

Service Level

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Assessment person (Christina) paid through 1 time


funds?
Add program Specialist to provide CPI support for all
schools - need better understanding of what this
means

Other

0.40

One Time
Funded

Current position is funded through one-time funds, but


needs to be funded through more stable funds

administer and manager process flow of four major


disciplines within HR
Currently being performed by a very qualified College
Tech. Needs to be supported by a full-time DoTS Staff for
stability and longevity.
If the EDS team were expanded to 8 EDS from the current
5, each EDS would be responsible for approximately 1213 direct reports (currently 18-20), which is more closely
aligned to the models examined that achieve the best
results. This would provide the ability for deeper supports
at the schools, strong work with staff and community,
and more effective response to issue, crisis, etc.
By expanding to 8 EDS, the opportunity for both regional
work and grade-band work could exist, allowing strong
PLC function within the Principal corp.

Materials

New
Initiative

Position
Upgrade

New
Initiative

This upgrade is for the current Cost Analyst (Grade


24/Step 11) to move up to an Assistant Grants Manager
position. Budget reflects a Grade 28/Step 9 and includes
10.82% Classified benefits. The rationale for this
upgrade a many, but the key elements are that Mr. Yees
job responsibilities have changed in both scope and in
importance to the district

New
Initiative

High schools must offer 1 course in PE for each grade in


high school. Currently not meeting compliance with the
Physical Education waiver process and academic
assurances.

New
Initiative

Significant focus on restricting with new services is


needed to assure we are providing access to ALL our
stakeholders. Mobile access either via an APP or mobile
enabled website is critical.

Other

10.00

Service Level

The District has about 1/5 of the Web support staff it had
at its peak. There are literally no web personnel to
address modernization, new features, etc.
Improvements in SOURCE and access to Web Information
& Communication was a recommendation in the School
Leadership Survey. This request goes hand-in-hand with
the deployment of new web technologies (LMS and CMS).

Service Level

1.00

Other

1.00

Service Level

1.00

Other

0.50

New
Initiative
Grant/Reve
nue Loss
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Request to add a 1.0 additional Career Ladder Program


Coordinator
TIFF funded through 2014-2015
We are focusing on preschool initiatives as a district.
The recruiter is a difficult position as it requires a spanish
speaker willing to work weekends and evening visiting
laundry mats, churches and community centers. The
benefit of this position is that through identifying more
students we can access them to provide credit retrieval
which is funded by the state. Highest student numbers
were at 455. Currently, we have identified 135. There is
only a 0.5 FTE recruiter currently to identify these
families/students. Department's estimate is that we are
missing 150 students. If we can increase our migrant
enrollment, we may be able to obtain enough funding to
cover this position going forward

PD / Training

Other

New
Initiative
1.00

Equipment /
Vehicles

Service Level

1.00

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Current TPEP grant ends in FY15. Second year of grant,


so expecting to continue, but requires program manager
to effectively roll out TPEP/eVAl. This position was new in
FY15 and funded from grant.

New
Initiative

Equipment is aging and impacts the ability to record and


broadcast board meetings - Cost?

New
Initiative

With the proliferation of additional equipment across the


District, and the need for increased customer service via
Remote Support, Direct configuration/imaging, Inventory
System/Logistics, etc. It is critical to have a system for
this service that aligns with our current environment and
vision. The system is licensed at no cost from Microsoft,
but requires a dedicated individual. Feedback from
School Leaders in the most recent survey include
concerns and recommendations related to "continuing to
improve infrastructure at schools" and "development of a
technology refresh plan, etc.". This system/service will
assure that we are able to meet these recommendations
of our School Leaders.

New
Initiative

Average age of maintenance fleet is over 20 years old.


Vehicles are well past service life, inefficient, and
expensive to keep safe and operational. Vehicles are
beginning to fail at a high rate

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative

Additional headcount needed in order to expand FEATS to


more schools to meet the goal of being in every school by
2018. Provided SpEd with 1.0 FTE last year - would like to
recover this

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

Need dedicated legislative resource to monitor and


respond to session needs

Service Level

2.00

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Maintaining EE data files and Assisting EEs (inquiries,


help)
In 2008, the budget department had 6 school analysts
who were responsible for 88 schools. Now, the
department has only 5 school analysts responsible for 97
schools. The department needs an additional budget
analyst to provide timely and meaningful customer
service to all schools and central departments

Admin

1.00

New
Initiative

Richard and Shelly are currently spending a considerable


amount of time performing clerical work. Would allow
them to free up time to work on many of the compliance
needs not currently performed

Supervision
Capacity

1.00

New
Initiative

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

The span of control is 56 employee evaluations


distributed throughout 96 different sites, creating
supervision challenges
Point of Sale system not receiving resources; district
cannot process payments by credit card without a POS; pcards and credit card payments receipts cannot be
monitored with current staff

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Some departments have difficulty in administering their


contracts and refer back to Contracting Services when
they have questions on exercising the terms of the
contract. Service is currently not provided

Service Level

0.50

New
Initiative

Restore position to historical level (from .5 FTE to 1.0


FTE) after conversion of the old .5 Instructional Broadcast
Manager position. Needed to meet increasing demand
for web and video services.

Service Level

1.00

Assisting EEs (inquiries, help) and back office function

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Admin

1.00

New
Initiative

Gather data for Affirmative action/ EEOC reporting, EE


exit interviews, properly train & support staff during the
induction process.
The volume of documentation and office coordination has
expanded significantly. Prior to budget cuts in the mid90's, this office had clerical support.

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

Monitor the workload Grievance/Complaint database.


Coordinate investigations and follow-up. Standardize
approaches to the investigatory practices. Track past
practices. Conduct quality control.

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Some departments have difficulty in administering their


contracts and refer back to Contracting Services when
they have questions on exercising the terms of the
contract. Service is currently not provided

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Save time and resources using technology to process


School Dude information on site

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

No current budget for repairs. Fingerprinting system is 8


yrs old and is past its expected useful life. This unit is
required for screening new employees.

With the district planning to open four additional schools


in the coming two years, warehouse staff (currently 6
employees) will not be able to meet the demand for food
and supplies. We continue to struggle to get the work
completed that we have committed to on a daily basis

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Will need additional personnel to meet increasing


reporting & GASB requirements
This position will assists in students' developmental
milestones, program development, and the transition to
Kindergarten Physical Education expectations

Service Level

1.00

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative

Staffing limits and lack of redundancy within the


architecture make it difficult to address upgrades to
latest revisions in a timely manner resulting in annual
upgrades to the major application. Additional technical
(DoTS) staffing and user staffing are required to achieve
the major improvements and benefits that are needed in
the District. Additional PowerSchool Professional
Development (PD) for School Employees (Staff and
Instructors), and improvements to the overall
PowerSchool support were identified as a recurring
recommendation in the latest School Leaders Survey. in
order for this request to be actionable would there need
to be release time/funding to pay for teacher time?

Supervision
Capacity

3.00

New
Initiative

Supervision is 1 to 73 employees. Workload is creating


high turnover, and is not sustainable. Creates low
satisfaction survey scores. Principals rarely get face time
with supervisors

Other

0.50

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Mandatory Training Tracking, Review and Implementation


of NCLB / HQs
Set-aside for unanticipated student needs

New
Initiative

Preventative maintenance to replace systems before


failure

New
Initiative

If the District is looking to go into small business


outreach, we would need additional staff to do so. Would
provide a broader reach (particularly for smaller
contracts)

Other

Materials

Other

1.00

PD / Training
Other

PD / Training
Cost
Adjustment

0.50

New
Initiative
One Time
Funded

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

This is an ongoing cost of admin time and additional work


to manage the EPR. The cost includes both time and the
reporting software for students progress reports. This has
been paid out of clock hours in the past.
Professional Development for Program Specialists
Non-staff budget for postage, food, interpretation
services, and child care. Position added mid-year in FY15
without any non-staff budget

PD / Training
PD / Training
Service Level

1.50

Service Level

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Team is understaffed compared to other districts


pioneering equity in education. 1.5 more specialists
would allow us to effectively serve more schools, offer
more (differentiated PD); culturally reflect the students
and families we serve and allow us to continue to
develop and systemically sustain high level PD with
follow up coaching.

New
Initiative

The SPS policy for Site Based Management makes it


extremely difficult to establish and support standards,
and develop a consistent service model for the District.
In addition, the shortage of technical staff results in
schools hiring staff to do their own thing with either
school funds or PTSA funding. Additional "Field Technical
Staff" (Technology Support Specialists and Computer
Support Specialists) support is a recurring
recommendation from the School Leadership Survey.
This is viewed as critical to providing a higher level of
demanded customer service and training/information to
all schools.

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

No FTE dedicated to the security of our systems. Need


someone to structure and address all aspects of a
comprehensive Security Architecture, and the changing
security threats. Hiring an Information Security Office for
SPS was one of the major recommendations from the
2014 CELT Report.

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Service Level

1.00

Service Level

3.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Insufficient staff to process invoices timely due to


addition of schools and related staff with no increase in
support staff
Insufficient staff to process invoices timely and reconcile
vendor accounts
Staff responsible for upgrades and modernization to new
services models is the same staff supporting current
operational activities. Limited funding to hire consultants
or contract support. We literally beg vendors for free
support

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

district vehicles too old to run and maintain /health


safety/ lease is 6,250 per vehicle annually/District Wide/
currently org has 42 vehicles over 15 year old

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

district vehicles too old to run and maintain /health


safety/ lease is 6,250 per vehicle annually/District Wide/
currently org has 42 vehicles over 15 year old

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

The increase of wireless across the District, and the


proliferation of mobile devices has resulted in the need
for improved mobile device management. SPS requires
an individual who is responsible for this service, uses the
Meraki Mobile Device Management service, etc. This
person would also provide backup support to other areas
in Networks/Telecom that are critically short staffed. The
School Leaders Survey indicates the importance of the
new Wireless Network across the District, and the
importance of that for education. With the deployment
of thousands and thousands of additional mobile/wifi
devices (and more to come in FY16, 17, etc.) ... providing
the right level of service to the schools requires a robust
Mobile Device Management solution and lead.

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

The need for vehicle replacement is imperative for the


safe transport of students and the safety of our staff. per
RCW 28A.335.010, policy 3412, 6600SP, and 6640SP

Service Level

2.00

New
Initiative

SPS customers believe that DoTS is funded to support


these rooms, and it is a black eye on the District and on
DoTS. DoTS has one technician to support all of the
users at JSCEE, so supporting these rooms is not possible
without additional staff. The condition of the JSCEE
Training and Conference Rooms continues to be an issue,
and has been flagged by several customers recently via
emails. A Briefing Paper has been submitted regarding
this request.

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Insufficient staff to monitor activities as well as handle


ongoing training needed for school staff
3 day cleaning standard does not support student
learning and increased test scores. Numerous studies
show students in clean, well-ventilated, properly heated
classrooms perform significantly better on standardized
tests. Cleaning standards do not make us eligible for
warranties

New
Initiative

We do not have a central electric repository for all


contracts in the District would help with tracking and
future audit requests. Copies of contracts reside within
different departments (but not centrally). Accounting
holds small contracts, procurement holds onto their own

Service Level

Automation /
Technology

Other

New
Initiative

Students in grades 1-8 are required to have 100


minutes/week of quality physical education. Currently
only 7 elementary schools are meeting the mandate.
Currently not funded. District passed policy in June to
assure district was working on Academic Assurances
(Physical Education included)

Service Level

New
Initiative

Current staffing level is low by any measure. Based on


the OSPI Classified Staffing Adequacy report we should
have 230 maintenance employees (currently 61). Current
model is almost complete reactive maintenance which
puts us at risk of lost instruction time. Emergency work
order costs more than 75% of a normal work order.

Service Level

New
Initiative

Current staffing level is 1 gardener per 40 acres.


Workload is such that grounds and trees are not being
maintained at levels to promote health and vigor of
plantings. Fertilization has been eliminated. 10 day
maintenance in a high growth zone (zone 8) is not
sufficient to provide a clean, well maintained, healthy
landscape

New
Initiative

Due to staffing levels facilities is not able to properly


support the districts significant capital investment in
digital building control systems. Impact is higher utility
bills. We miss out on energy grant rebates that we are
eligible for that need to be submitted within a given
timeframe (possibly hundred of thousands). Manipulating
controls affects indoor air quality, which affects fresh air
and CO2. Chance of saving 1-2 million from efficiencies

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Save time and resources using technology to process


School Dude information on site - confusing column D
says offsite. Column H says onsite.

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Several of the trucks are approaching 14 years of service.


Maintenance costs are rising each year, due to the
trucks continual breakdowns.
currently only 1 staff member handling 118 leases, with
39 organizations. Potential lost revenue and staff
turnover due to workload
Increase staffing level to support schools in meeting
current city of Seattle requirement of composting at all
school locations and a 60% diversion rate for recycle.
History has demonstrated these positions pay for
themselves in increased energy savings and avoided
costs. They were given a resource conservation
specialist last year. Why can this person not
perform these duties? What have been the savings
associated with the specialist funded for this year?

Service Level

32.00

3.00

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Funds support a regional delivery of grade specific PLC to


focus on standards as driven my scope and sequence and
Amplify benchmarks.

Materials

New
Initiative

update materials to 30% of trades staff, this includes the


new staff

Other

New
Initiative

Currently after hours events are staffed by a Parks


employee. We would prefer to have a District Employee
staffed to better manage and protect a valuable district
asset

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Current process is manual. It is a legal requirement for


timely pay (have been out of compliance for hourly pay)

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

The budget technology platforms are out of date and


experience much inefficiency. Budget development,
maintenance and control, has never been well integrated
into our ERP system while the district focused on
fundamental functionality instead. This leads to an
exceptional amount of clerical and data reconciliation
tasks which take away from higher level analysis and
reporting work. The current system also does not provide
internal spending controls and several district employees
have been hired without budget available

Other

New
Initiative

Planning - $100k for Sanislo


Pre-Planning - $50k for school (likely) in Rainier Beach

Other

New
Initiative

Anticipate increased number of students taking the


language tests in FY2016 which is done through a
registration. Language proficiency testing is being
moved from spring to fall. In the past couple years, this
has not been specifically budgeted, but to correctly align
the budget for FY 2016, need to budget $15,000. $6,055
was spent in FY2014.

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Selecting an online career and college readiness tool and


using it with students in grades 8 12 with the possibility
of a 6-7 option will allow the district to be in compliance
with the High School and Beyond plan as well as the tool
will give students and their counselors and families clear,
consistent access to the students plan of being on track
for college and career. The first year will require
technology integration and training for school counselors
and school support personnel

Other

1.20

New
Initiative

Want to continue the Team Leadership group to continue


developing and monitoring teachers' professional
learning. Received a one-time allocation of $140,000 for
FY 2015, and need to make this an ongoing commitment.
Except for the stipends to six teachers, it will be
distributed out as FTE to schools' budgets: .4 FTE Elem, .
4 FTE Middle & .4 FTE High

Admin

1.00

New
Initiative

Currently only 1 for 7 leaders. This additional staff


member is needed to support the Executive
Administrative Assistant. Business & Finance is possibly
the only department of its size that has only 1
administrative support staff person.

New
Initiative

Circulating hardcopies of documents require a staff


person to walk documents around the building for
signatures, taking more time from the router and extra
time between approvers, and leaving multiple
opportunities for the document to be accidentally
misplaced

New
Initiative

Helps to increase equitability within the district and


provide more students with disabilities the required and
mandated Physical Education classes. These positions will
support teachers struggling with working with students
with disabilities. "Train the trainer" model

Other

New
Initiative

Secure recycle program funded out of current utility


budget. Cost is running higher the projected and budget
is not sufficient to absorb the additional cost.

Other

New
Initiative

Provide social, emotional and behavioral supports to


address the academic and mental health needs of the
most highly impacted students. Currently spending $1.6
million to place these students in private institutions. If
funded, this program would begin serving students in
January 2016

Other

New
Initiative

Cost
Adjustment

New
Initiative

Pay for coaches in the metro league trails that of all other
districts, making it difficult to recruit and retain talented
coaches
Set-aside for Comp Ed services not eligible for legal
liability fund

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

Service Level

Other
Other

5.00

1.00

Grant/Reve TIFF funded through 2014-2015


nue Loss
New
Initiative

We are unable to offer food to families during our evening


sessions. Our community partners demand this of us in
consideration of forming a partnership

Stipend

New
Initiative

Currently all the coaches are listed as volunteers. In the


review of athletic coaching salaries for the high school
and middle school programs; the Unified Sports coaches
should also start receiving stipends. SpEd coaches need
to be treated the same as GenEd coaches.

New
Initiative

Majority of Athletic Directors have split responsibilities in


schools, which limits opportunities for required meetings /
trainings to support their roles

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Funds to support release of teachers for professional


development in generating authentic formative
assessments aligned to the SPS Scope and Sequence

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Desire to be able to search and find policies easily

New
Initiative

CGCS Survey indicates that current staffing level is half of


current standard level of staffing
Current level of service is 1 IT to 15 schools. The number
of staff has gone down from 10 to 7 over the last decade
as the number of schools/staff/students and devices has
increased. The requirements, expectations and
complexity of technology used in instruction has grown
leading to a vastly, increased demand for services.
Additional Instructional Technologist support, and the
need for DoTS to provide additional technology utilization
Professional Development to our customers, are
recommendations from the School Leadership Survey.

New
Initiative

Existing Equipment is aging and no longer manufactured.


DoTS is very limited in staff to provide and support a
modern communication environment across the entire
District of nearly 100 facilities. VOIP phones should allow
us to provide more flexible services, and create a higher
level of backup support for staff with cross-training, etc
Failure of SPS Telecom Services is a significant risk due to
the age of equipment.

Other

Service Level

Equipment /
Vehicles

10.00

3.00

Other

New
Initiative

Admin

New
Initiative

Staff downsized in the past years and current support


staff unable to process

New
Initiative

Assist with all aspects of bargaining preparation; be


responsible for legal compliance issues as well as review
policies and practices to assure compliance.

Materials

New
Initiative

We have no capacity to train, explore systems upgrades,


proactively deploy vs sub self- selecting jobs, create
standardized packets for subs to provide and enhance a
consistent, quality experience for each sub for all sites
across the District

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

This will create opportunities for better and more efficient


candidate screening by Principals and central office hiring
managers
Automated process will relieve 3 employees of 0.2 of
their FTE. HRIS staff will automate transactional work and
create efficiencies. By not automating and providing FTE,
new employees will not be staffed and trained in a timely
manner.

Equipment /
Vehicles
Equipment /
Vehicles
Other

New
Initiative

Need updated technology / computers to perform tasks


efficiently

1.00

Grant/Reve Currently funded from HSGI grant, which is expiring in


nue Loss
September 2015. At one time state reimbursements were
earmarked for the Truancy Office and the position was
fully staffed. It was cut several years ago in a misguided
cost-cutting effort and since then there had been no one
to seek out and return dropouts prior to this position
being reinstated through the HSGI grant

Service Level

11.00

Grant/Reve HSGI grant currently funds 12 Truancy Intervention


nue Loss
Specialists and 12 schools. Grant is expiring in
September 2015, and while some schools may be able to
absorb the cost for this headcount, most will not

Other

1.00

Automation /
Technology

Service Level

0.40

New
Initiative

Powerschool does not meet mandates for school nurse


documentation especially for immunization compliance
monitoring and reporting
Urgent need to upgrade system. DOTS projects internally
developed system at about $500,000

New
Initiative

Increased need resulted in adding PAT duties to buildings


with FT nurses. Limited ability to participate due to the
duties associated with the Level B services in those
buildings

Service Level

New
Initiative

FTE needed to provide appropriate # of level B(full time


nurse) sites - # of students needing full-time nurse has
increased by 20? Expecting 6 - 8 juvenile diabetes

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

To meet increased demand for video projects, need


newer technologies, working equipment, and equipment
replaced on regular cycle.
This would allow for an automated and consistent process
for all the schools; assuring compliance with needed
documentation and storing it electronically eliminating
the need for paper files.

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Computers are dated, and team needs to replace them

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Manual processes present a high risk of vulnerability to


human error and discretion and lack of quality control.
With the continuing growth of enrollment produces longer
lines for general admissions, Open Enrollment, and
August enrollment

Service Level

Grant/Reve In 2015-16 an additional $400,000.00 will be repurposed


nue Loss
to fund FEL Innovative School grants. As a result Family
Support Staff FTE overall will again be reduced. The
current Referral Service model (RSM) of 1.0 FTE cannot
meet the increased demand. This model currently
supports 42 elementary schools

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Would help to improve processing time (currently


manually entered into system)

New
Initiative

Currently, the 3 Field Supervisors oversee between 21-27


schools each. The department currently does not provide
adequate supervisory support to non-traditional school
sites such as Middle College, Center School, etc.

New
Initiative

Upgrades will be needed over next 1-5 years

Supervision
Capacity

Equipment /
Vehicles

2.30

1.00

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

The new analyst is needed to take on the following tasks:


(1) Assist manager by providing increased oversight of
vendor, contract with vendor, and vendors contract
performance, allowing for greater cost containment,
(2) Provide occupational training to District Special
Education students,
(3) Expand operations to encompass the production of
workbooks and other media, thereby reducing the cost of
these workbooks/media,
(4) Provide support and training for the new Publishing
web ordering software, billing function and testing.

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

With more programs and schools being opened in the


next few years, capacity is a major concern. With the
addition of meal deliveries to the middle colleges last
year, our trucks are nearing capacity and maximum
number of stops.
Aging fleet. Our newest mail truck is 8 years old and the
other two are approaching 14 years of service.

Service Level

New
Initiative

Purchasing business is up 10-20% per year over the last


3-5 years. Capital is funding 20-25% of all buyers

Automation /
Technology
Automation /
Technology
Admin

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

1.00

Legal has been using an hourly to help support with


public records. This is an ongoing need so converting this
hourly to a partial FTE in this area makes sense. This
position will be funded by hourly non-staff dollars plus
$11,000 being requested to fully fund a .6 FTE

Other

1.00

New
Initiative

Other

Other

1. Within the parameters of state coding guidance,


address all courses currently in the system for Seattle
Public Schools. Track code, course title, teacher
certification and other related information.
2. Work with curriculum managers to ensure accuracy of
course and course description alignment
3. Develop and monitor training protocols of state
submission requirements. Oversee work from schools and
provide training for school personnel related to
admissions, records procedures and entry of data into the
student information system. Serve as direct link to assist
in training proper enrollment/registration code usage,
Board policies, and resolving enrollment/registration
issues via telephone or in person.
4. Responsible to analyze, recommend and implement
systems, policies and practices to simplify and otherwise
improve enrollment/registration processes and services.
Oversee the creation and management of quality
assurance checks for data entry into the student
information system.
5. Maintains knowledge of current and developing school
laws, regulations, policies, prevailing practices, and
funding levels, necessary for enrollment/registration
requirements. Monitor changes in state/federal reporting
data elements and definition requirements.
6. Work with appropriate stakeholders to correct issues in
state reporting.
7. Preparation, communication and presentation of a
variety of data to colleagues.

Summer school has not been adequately funded. Will be


seeking contingency funds this year. Every school over
50% FRL requires food provided. Also need support for
nursing, front desk, custodial
New
Initiative

This implementation has been hugely successful and has


had very positive feedback from teachers, students, and
families. This work would be more successful if it were
supported by an additional 1.0 FTE

Equipment /
Vehicles

New
Initiative

Dated computer requires replacement for more efficient


use

Materials

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Leveled reading books that are aligned with core


classroom literacy books.
Only .5 office staff to support Ed. Director, 4 programs,
and coaches for prof. dev.

Admin

1.00

0.5

Admin

New
Initiative

Other

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Other

Other

1.00

Service Level

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Automation /
Technology

New
Initiative

Other

New
Initiative

Other

New
Initiative

Administrative support for special projects and


Educational Staff Associates (Psychologists, Occupational,
Physical & Speech Therapists) ESA support would relieve
ESA staff from clerical duties and give them more time
for direct service

For pushed-in support to schools for Behavioral issues


and to help implement behavior management framework
in every school

Custom recruitment for hard to fill. Focus on strategies to


acquire SPED, language immersion, Montessori, diversity.
Screen applicants for minimum qualifications. Reference
checking. Salary negotiation. Adherence to recruitment
and selection standards.
The process is largely paper-based and labor intensive.
Tests are graded. Grading is outsourced to a 3rd party,
which is expensive
These students need extra support and without
transportation we cant provide it after school.
Because we didnt have any summer of 2014, we were
only able to recruit eight students
State mandates require annual HIV/AIDS Education from
grade 5-12. Health class is where we are currently
delivering the material, but health is only a one-semester
course typically taught at grade 9 in SPS, therefore we
are not meeting current requirements across grade
levels. Currently, no staff time is devoted to elementary
health education.

Other

Supervision
Capacity

1.00

Other

Service Level

2.00

Stipend

Other

1.00

Other

1.00

Staffing
Contracts

New
Initiative

Skills Center is designed to fund itself on the


apportionment allocated for program 45. However, as a
new program it is difficult to build classes and attract
enough students to support staff. The program has been
running for two years and both years, exceeded it's
budget. Currently in FY15, Skills Center is on track to end
the year with a $480K over spend. For FY16, the
program will either have to cut programs that have low
enrollment or be provided with additional funds to help
get the program started. Currently Skills Center runs
eight programs and only two support their own costs (not
including the cost of the AP and registrar). In FY16 the
program would like to add two more programs as well.
Skills Center will need an additional $500K in order to run
the desired 10 programs. Skills Center will need an
additional $400K to continue existing programs. If Skills
Center does not receive additional support, the program
would need to greatly reduce programs and displace
staff.

New
Initiative

Position to help establish procedures, policies, systems


and structures for APE. Will help with development of
programs within schools, and work with community
partners. Related to the ask around Adapted P.E.
Specialists.

New
Initiative

This is not currently budgeted for, but is a regular cost


every year. Contingency fund request is submitted every
year
With current legislation passed last June by the state of
Washington in regards to Learning Assistance Program,
additional Consulting teachers are needed to monitor
compliance issues with schools using Title I for Math only
and LAP for Literacy intervention

New
Initiative

New
Initiative

Schools used to have a federally funded stipend position


at that supported technology use for teachers, that
worked very closely with ITs in C&I. The Program was
apparently very successful in closing the gap between
central and school based support and provided a
consistent POC for tech usage at schools. This funding
would reinstate that program.

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Funded by baseline, but added here. Not sure why


Funded by baseline, but added here. Not sure why
???????????????????????????

Other

New
Initiative

Related to additional headcount requests

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Without proper training, supervisory staff will not have


the necessary stills to retain, support and empower staff.

PD / Training

New
Initiative

The training will prepare supervisory staff on a


preventative basis vs reacting to crisis. Without training,
the district has no assurance that basic supervisory
functions are being done effectively.

PD / Training

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

PD / Training

Service Level

Service Level

New
Initiative

1.00

PD / Training

Other

New
Initiative

1.00

PD / Training

Other

New
Initiative

1.00

CBA requirement for professional development. Medically


fragile sites require nurse staffing.

Major initial cooperation is required. This was lead by


Purchasing and requires contributions from Accounting,
Legal, Publishing, DoTS, WHSE and end user.
Weve proved the concept on a one off basis. Additional
resources required to implement more fully

Leadership for International Baccalaureate programming


and world language instructors strengthens the district
ability to have consistent focus, alignment, curriculum
design and professional development.
THIS PAYS FOR ONGOING/yearly WELNET SOFTWARE
HOUSING COSTS AND UPDATED PD and required training
for PE Specialists

New
Initiative

Support the manual nature of processes for testing

New
Initiative

Stipends to pay teachers at Aki Kurose, Mercer, and


Denny to provide after school math and language arts
support for underrepresented students to become eligible
to participate in Spectrum programs. In collaboration with
the Rainier Scholars program

New
Initiative

By resourcing a 1.0 data management position for the


Department of Early Learning we will be able to collect
data around Play and Learning groups, Professional
Development quality effectiveness, and WaKIDS
implementation and student progress

Service Level

New
Initiative

Visual arts, dance, and theatre are underserved and need


central support staff to ensure quality instruction for
students. Currently, VPA dept. has a music coach, but no
Visual Arts coach to provide assistance to K-12 music
teachers

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Creative Advantage Commitment: Completion of


assessments and scope and sequence; Teacher time for
2-day PD. The 2nd day will be a district PD day (no extra
time/sub needed) $43 w benefits 200 teachers, 6 hour
training.

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Manager, Principals, and Teachers to be sent to up to


seven conferences in FY 2016 related to international
schools. Other organizations will pay for some of the
costs.

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Pay for Subs while Team Leader Teachers attend or give


workshops, or prepare curriculum. This was expended
but not budgeted in FY 2015.

Other

1.00

0.20

PD / Training

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Final year of grant. No funding identified to continue


capacity building at elementary science level

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Grant funds ended. Stable curricular resources have been


CREATED through this process, converting human
resources investment into material capital

PD / Training

New
Initiative

The development and implementation of a


comprehensive professional development plan for all
instructional staff and administrators is critical to the
successful implementation of the Districts Strategic Plan
and the attainment of its goals. It is important to provide
adequate funding to support the implementation of the
comprehensive professional development plan

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Addition of $3,000 per EDS for professional development


resources, training, regional meetings, personal
professional development, and travel related costs

Other

New
Initiative

Existing funds are regularly exceeded

New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Because we dont have this position, we lose many


students in the school system
Currently the adaptive PE program does not have a nonstaff budget. This request would cover supplies, local
travel and a stipend for the lead.
Phones for supervisors and remodel costs

Service Level
Materials

Equipment /
Vehicles
Equipment /
Vehicles
Other

1.00

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
One Time
Funded

expand assistive technology equipment budget.


This is a need to support students as they begin taking
online assessments

Other

New
Initiative

Flip needs larger office space

Other

New
Initiative

They have a specialized skillset in having a second


language in addition to supporting the service center.
Their current job description does not fit the realignment
and responsibilities since they transitioned from the
World School organization 5 years ago to Enrollment
Services

Non-staff
Contracts
Other

0.2

New
Initiative
New
Initiative
New
Initiative

Additional support for Psychologists


Increase one employee to 3 days per week for Assistive
tech program

Other

New
Initiative

Currently funded through HSGI grant, but is expiring


after this year. These schools went through the CTC
(Communities that Care) framework for their SEL
program selection. CTC guides school communities
through a proven five-phase change process that
promotes healthy youth development, improves
youth outcomes, and reduces problem behaviors.
These schools have just completed year 1 of their
implemented solutions

PD / Training

New
Initiative

Part of MTSS Steering Committee team recommendations

Notes / Questions

Division
Priority

CW
Synthesis

Student
Impact

13

29

Includes benefits

should already be in budget

Amount includes benefits

Amount includes benefits

12

13

13

Also requested by Visual & Performing Arts

PE
Ranking

Estimated cost is based on salary of $70K,


2015 benefit rates, and $1K for a computer.

$80k salary, $26,285 benefits, $1k computer,


$3k cube reorganization, cell phone $748

Currently, we have the ability to only use our


current website for posting and any free sites.

Increased use of online trainings to meet RCW


and board policy requirements related to
mandatory trainings (i.e., sexual misconduct,
emergency management)
Amount includes benefits

should already be in budget

Comp or extra time to two analysts for 100


hours at $50 per hour.

41

13

11

10

11

12

13

13

19

16

19

20

20

36

16

20

20

13

17

20

18

20
3

20

10

20

20

20

12

20

20

Amount does not include benefits

12

Does not include benefits

13

1
1

I
D

Already promised to the community

Recommendation by OSPI and external


consultants

Compliance issue as we are in overload

Already funded for next year and hired for the


position

19

14

17

These dollars do not have to live in Risk


Management

19

No PE being provided right now

37

1
1

D
D

Need to understand this better- See briefing


paper presented 4/20/15. I will not know the
cost until students are tested and qualified.
6/20/15
Will be combination of Teachers, IAs, hourly
Estimate is for 1 small copy in each classroom,
and 3 copies for main office area in each school

Best approach to meet CBA requirement of


expanding light duty opportunities

16

Risk if dollars do not come in from federal


government

31

Increase that is estimated is 5% of $2.5M

13

More self-service and dashboard reporting tools


for data manipulation and visualization.

20

20

10

20

SPS needs to continue to development of a


comprehensive data architecture for the
District (for both Academic and Administrative
Data), and implement a Business Intelligence
model to put the right data into the hands of
the customers via better user tools and
dashboards. GOAL: Provide 2 additional Data
Reporting and Development Staff. These are 1Time funded in FY15 via excess BTA funding,
but funding will not exist in FY16 and beyond.

Staff needed to support planning for execution


of SAP Roadmap initiatives as outlined and
approved from the SAP Value Engineering, etc.

Most of the purchase and implementation cost


is being covered in FY15 (2014-2015) due to
the urgency of this initiative. This also covers
the increased cost of the CMS due to the loss of
E-Rate funding to cover CMS costs (no longer
allowed under new E-Rate rules.
This
includes licensing, maintenance, additional LMS
staff support, etc.

23

20

18

19

27

20

Note: Funding has been re-assigned in FY16


and in FY17 to cover the majority of these
costs, however, funding directly via an increase
would re-establish funding in areas where
funding was reduced (Student Devices, Disaster
Recovery, etc.)

Confirmed with vendor that cost is $11k in first


year, and $10k on-going after
Early quote from Barb Robbins was for
$250,000 -- $40k for a system, $189k for IT
technical support labor to install and create the
system over 10 months. Team can support
some of the funding with existing funds

500 teachers x 1.5 hrs each x $42/hr

3 teachers per course x 12 courses x 4 times


per year x 2 hrs each session x $42/hr

includes benefits

30 teachers per session x 3 sessions per year x


5 curriculum specialists x $210 per sub

$60k for vendor contract OR $20k without


vendor - how would it be handled without
vendor?
Includes salary, benefits, technology, and cube
reconfiguration

29

20

13

20

14

1.5

22

1.5

15

1.5

10.5

1.5

1.5

19

What needs to happen in order to expand the


program?

Conservative estimate for costs. Could be lower

Cost is roughly $175k per year

1.5

22

1.5

10

1.5

1.5

17

1.5

11

1.5

Amount is for entry level internal auditor


(salary of 45-65k per year). Amount includes
benefits

Superintendent policy and lacks current staffing


/ funding

1.5

14

1.5

1.5

32

1.5

1.5

Would like to split private


student/parent/teacher content apart from and
public content and house them from separate
platforms. Need an easier interface for parents
with all their student information. Support of
authentication must be made easier.

1.5

15

1.5

19

1.5

14

1.5

19

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

Mobile services are critical to provide our


stakeholders the anytime, any place access
they demand.

already in budget
10
Hope is that we only need this as a one-time
ask. Once we identify students, we can get
more state funding to support the position

30 teachers per session x 3 sessions per year x


5 curriculum specialists x $210 per sub

23

1.5

1.5

22

15

10

31

10

???

Other option could be to lease 42 vehicles for


$262,500

includes benefits

Includes benefits, technology, and cube


reconfiguration

$60k salary, $22,229 benefits, $1k computer,


$3k cube reorganization

Salary of $65,000 plus benefits plus computer

????

Estimate provided was $10-15k

18

25

12

10

14

17

12

24

15

15

Salary of$80,000 each plus benefits plus


computer
This ask actually is coming out of SPED office.
There is a lack of equitability with OT/PT's and
Adapted Physical Education Specialists- THESE
POSITIONS ARE A HUGE NEED!!!

12

40

Staff needed to support planning for execution


of PowerSchool and SIS Roadmap Projects, and
to continue execution of existing Roadmap
Projects such as upgrade to Version 8.3,
evaluation of SPED Module, etc.

16

30

11

27

21

17

Needed PD

38

Federal requirement for interpreter services

35

We need to plan for this amount with a more


realistic amount rather than a mid-year
contingency request

$1500 per year x 15 teachers x 12 courses

23

3 curriculum specialists x 20 hrs each x per


diem
includes benefits

28

11

What does implementation of Tier 2 support


look like? Instead of a "flat" organization with
a TSS Lead and 3-4 TSS Staff in each area of
the District and structure will migrate from 4
to 5 areas (to match the Exec. Director
structure) and will have a Lead, 2-3 TSS Staff
and 4-5 CSS (lower positions) in each area. For
FY16 and beyond this will mean one individual
promoted to Lead/Supervisor, no additional TSS
Staff, approximately 26 CSS Staff (5 for each
area and 1 to assist in JSCEE Support).
Includes labor, benefits, and incidental
expenses.

21

The work needs to be centralized and


standardized; so the experience and process
functions well and are clear for all stakeholders

11

Salary, benefits, computer

Salary, benefits, computer

24

System Center Engineer, Systems Engineer,


Systems Engineer
All 3 are ideal, but any addition from 1 to 3 will
be acceptable at this time

18

DoTS is recommending that TSS (within DoTS)


be assigned and resourced to fully support
these critical facilities. NOTE: Labor to support
this in out-years is included in the TSS/CSS
Budget Request (JSCEE Support Addition)
First year funding includes all acquisition of new
hardware and some additional staffing for
implementation/setup. Ongoing costs are for
equipment maintenance and replacement as
needed. Staffing for this is covered in the
CSS/TSS Tech Support request.

20

Salary, benefits plus computer

11

Cleaning every 2 days - $1.225M


Cleaning every day - $2.45M
+ Increase in materials and supplies - $250k

13

26

How many vehicles? Is this buying new or


used?

This might be able to be funded through BTA.


The ask would fund 20 headcount

6 Gardeners

14

Currently have 4 controls techs. Digital controls


in place at every school. Want to take this from
4 to 7.

17

16

20

Includes benefits

Includes Benefits

12

15 teachers X 10 grades X 5 Regions X 4 days


X 200.00 = $600,000 (priority 1)

25

Is this an increase in hours or an additional


FTE?

10

Could be met by outsourcing to alternate


vendors, but we need to have a coherent plan
on use of such vendors otherwise we have
heighted complexity in maintaining interfaces
as well as a poor customer experience

21

20

More detail?

Is there a need for all $3M next year?


The estimate includes the cost of developing
technology specifications, a software search
and test period, and purchase of the actual
system. SAP did not include cost estimates in
their recent value engineering work
Is entire amount needed in Year 1?

NEED TO FIND OUT MORE

This ask actually is coming out of SPED office.


There is a lack of equitability with OT/PT's and
Adapted Physical Education Specialists- THESE
POSITIONS ARE A HUGE NEED!!!

20

30

28

39

SHOULD THIS GO INTO ON-GOING BUDGET


instead of this prioritization process?

It would pay for itself in savings

didn't we just fund this

We need to plan for this amount with a more


realistic amount rather than a mid-year
contingency request
15 teachers per course x 12 courses x 4 times
per year x 2 hrs each session x $42/hr

34

33

26

already in budget
12

16

18

24 teachers X 4 days X 200 per substitute +


$20,000 (priority 2)

24

The Instructional Technology Staff is called out


as part of the current BEX Levy and is funded
by Capital Reimbursement in the General Fund.

25

- 7.0 FTE Capital Reimbursed General Fund.


GOAL: Increase IT Staff by 3 to provide 1 IT per
each 10 Schools at this time.

Can be funded through BTA

How Much?

ALREADY FUNDED

Is this one-time?

Is this one-time?

Is this one-time?
Will we realize savings for relieving employees
of 0.2 of their work?

Does this belong in General Fund request?


Amount includes benefits
54 out of 84 dropouts on the case load of this
staff person were returned to school in 201314, some of whom were able to graduate. This
is a 64.3% success rate for returning dropouts
to school that year
Amount includes benefits, and comes out to
$62,993 / specialist

Currently use the Nurse Education


Documentation System (NEDs) that is built on
MS Access Software and is maintained by a
Data Management Specialist (DMS) who is an
hourly employee
Currently staffed at 0.9 FTE. Requires total of
1.3 FTE

Total is $18k, but team is able to identify $9k


from overtime funds that were unused
DOTS and Enrollment Services have
participated in a vendor presentation last
summer displaying possibilities of an
automated process for SPS for general
admissions. Dashboards from the automated
information could capture current enrollment,
future enrollment, budget, and transportation
data for each school and could help streamline
the way we allocate for core staffing each year
ultimately
To confirm - Schools could still use Innovative
Grant money to fund FSWs if these choose

What is current solution?

Will there be cost savings in manual labor or


the vendor for bulk mail?

cost is all-in (includes benefits)

Need to establish trucks replacement cycle;


requesting to have one of the three long trucks
with refrigerator to be replaced next year. All
three trucks model year 2008 are with expired
warranty.

How Many are needed? What % should capital


be funding?
What are RFO and ITB processes?

??????

Need to understand this better. What are core


content materials?
I support 6,400 students and all schools will
become ELL service schools. I also staff 300
people and require staffing/HR support since
we generate all the PCRs and interviews for the
167 bilingual IAs. Need to understand this
better

We only have two office admin for whole


department

Amount does not include benefits


7

Project related to automating processes. Should


be cost-neutral as it will replace paper-pencil
administration.

Dollar amount is high level estimate only.


Requires more investigation

This ask actually is coming out of SPED office.


There is a lack of equitability with OT/PT's and
Adapted Physical Education Specialists- THESE
POSITIONS ARE A HUGE NEED!!!

The additional staff will be split between


development of Literacy and Math
interventions at all K-5 Programs and
monitoring for compliance in accordance with
the funding.

1.5 FTE next year - I CI consultant, 6 months of


contingent staffing

16

Includes district printing, telephone services,


local travel (1 conference + local travel for
each staff), and extended travel (1 non-local
conference + travel for director)
Is this one-time?

Is this one-time?

Is this one-time?
Need $35k for subs from nurse agency to allow
nurses from medically fragile sites to attend.
Funding for subs for Level B Nurses is $40k
What does the next step in doing this look like?

$5000.00 on yearly WEL-NET Software CostPD cost 3 hours for 170 PE Specialists =34.69 x
3=104.07 x 170 =$17,691.90
Work with IT project manager to support the
transition to fully automated referral,
scheduling, and reporting of eligibility results.

SHAUNA: I think this might be left over from


last year. We do need this, but I prioritized the
pathway rollouts and 21st Century
Assessments over this. If you think it's viable,
then it's worth keeping it in this proposal. If not
viable, then delete.

Would increase $3,000 for any new EDs added

Asking for $1,000 per ED

Contractual issue

How Much? HR may have a perspective on


leveling and comp.

Need to understand this better

Recruitment strategy for PSY


Contractual issue

Rainier Beach: Implementing Reconnecting


Youth with a .6FTE Intervention Specialist
($42,000)
South Lake: Implementing Project SUCCESS
with a .4FTE Intervention Specialist
($28,000)
Seattle World School: Implementing multilingual Guiding Good Choices via contract
with CBO ($10,000).
Middle College: Implementing
Reconnecting Youth with a .5FTE
Intervention Specialist ($40,000)
Whitman: Implementing Project ALERT,
Ripple Effects, Guiding Good Choices with
a 1.0FTE Intervention Specialist ($60,000)
Aki: Implementing Project SUCCESS and
Guiding Good Choices via contracts with
CBOs ($20,000).

1
2
3
Total

Board / Governance Priorities


2015-2016 Need

On-going Cost? Potential Funding


Source

Bell
Times

MTSS

$96,757

$96,757

$111,069

$111,069

$150,000

$150,000

$44,047

$44,047

$26,270

$26,270

$61,167

$61,167

$172,855

$172,855

$307,290

$257,000

$80,000

$80,000

SpEd - RCCAP

$100,000

$100,000

$101,191

$101,191

$56,809

$56,809

$24,651

$24,651

$139,842

$139,842

$100,000

$100,000

$200,000

$200,000

$5,000

$80,500

$80,500

$20,000

$20,000

$10,520

$200,000
$80,500

$80,500

$21,600

$1,000,000
$34,046

$34,046

$25,000

$19,686

$95,000

$95,000

$80,000

$80,000

$35,000

$10,000

$10,000

$50,000

$50,000

$110,000

$110,000

$35,840

$500,000

$500,000

$214,000

214000

$342,000

$228,000

$30,000

30,000

$468,493

$468,493

$160,093

$160,093

$258,430

$258,430

$120,000
$60,000

$183,010

$183,010

$5,500

$30,000

$400,000

$400,000

$18,819

$18,819

$150,000

$150,000

$41,053

$41,053

$150,000

$50,212

$50,212

$300,000

$25,000
$1,358,761

Already addressed
by not holding
sequestration funds

$125,000

$131,000

Capital Fund eligible

$210,000

$210,000

Capital Fund eligible

$122,500

$122,500

Capital Fund eligible

$60,000

Capital Fund eligible

$475,000

$475,000

Capital Fund eligible

$11,000

$10,000

Capital Fund eligible

$80,000

Capital Fund eligible

$5,000

Capital Fund eligible

$2,000

$2,000

Capital Fund eligible

$125,888

$125,888

$67,480

$67,480

Do we have levy
performance dollars
in 4r?
Do we have levy
performance dollars
in 4r?

Race to the Top


project 1 dollars

$75,000
$102,609

$102,609

$99,765

$99,765

$31,500

TIF No Cost
Extension dollars
TIF No Cost
Extension dollars
Title II

$12,096

$12,096

Title II

$144,500

144500 X 1

Title II

$22,817

$22,817

Title IIA

$150,000

$150,000

Title III, LAP

$10,000

$94,500

$94,500

$50,000

50,000

$60,000

$60,000

$141,318

$137,318

$125,770

$125,770

$65,000

$65,000

$60,000

$60,000

$86,529

$86,529

$175,000

$525,000

$75,000

$75,000

$485,000

485,000

$60,000

60,000

$147,627

$147,627

$60,000

$60,000

$15,000

$11,978

$11,978

$450,000

$450,000

$130,016

$130,016

Capital Fund eligible


for new technology
initiative portion

$120,490

$120,490

RTTT Project 1

$80,000

$80,000

TIFF NCE

$120,000

$120,000

Title I

$24,000

Title I Part C?

$94,500

$94,500

Title II

$109,599

$109,599

TPEP Grant

$86,529

$86,529

$1,200,000

$170,000

$170,000

$120,000

$120,000

$110,000

$110,000

$103,148

$103,148

$86,229

$86,229

$86,000

$86,000

$84,200

$83,200

$80,000

$80,000

$48,553

$48,553

$40,000

$40,000

$71,244

$65,000

$65,000

$56,809

$55,000

$30,000

$15,000

$15,000

$55,000

$206,800

$205,800

120,000

120,000

$245,000

$245,000

$338,961

$338,961

$32,500

$32,500

$400,000

$400,000

$250,000

$250,000

$75,000

$270,000

$270,000

$60,000

Will shift to
powerschool

$30,000

$30,000

$26,850

$26,850

$3,000
$3,000

$180,000

$180,000

$2,161,064

$2,161,064

$156,144

$156,144

$56,000

$55,000

$56,000

$55,000

$413,662

$413,662

$25,000

$25,000

$87,432

$87,432

$100,000

$225,000

$35,000

$71,000

$70,000

$1,475,000

$1,475,000

$500,000

$1,444,000

$1,444,000

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

$400,000

$400,000

$350,000

$350,000

$10,000

$70,567

$60,000

$100,000

$100,000

$600,000

$738,124

$350,000

$350,000

$3,000,000

Capital Fund eligible

$1,850,000

Capital Fund eligible

$150,000

$15,000

$100,000

$70,000

$145,080

$145,080

$76,000

$76,000

560,000

560,000

$75,000

$75,000

$508,942

$508,942

$150,000

$150,000

$60,480

$60,480

$80,000

$80,000

$200,000

????

$270,000

$270,000

$74,287

$74,287

$10,000

$10,000

$80,000

$4,500

$70,736

$70,736

$692,918

$692,918

$500,000

$225,300

$225,300

$41,700

$9,000

$20,000

$65,980

$65,980

$90,000

$160,000

$90,000

$75,000

$75,000

$170,000

$170,000

$90,000

$90,000

$1,200

books

$25,000

FTE

$41,000

$158,779

$158,779

$500,000

$500,000

$90,000

$90,000

$65,000

$65,000

$211,000

$211,000

$280,000

120,000

120,000

$50,000

$50,000

$220,000

$220,000

Cert 1.0 FTE

Cert 1.0 FTE

Admin 1.0 FTE

Admin 1.0 FTE

$309,600

$23,100

$125,000

$25,000

$100,000
$75,000

$90,000

$90,000

$22,692

$22,692

$75,000

$50,000

$70,000

$70,000

$107,000

$107,000

$56,000

$7,000

$5,000

$30,000
$50,000

50,000

$30,000

30000

$100,000

$15,000

$5,000

$9,000

$9,000

$23,000

$23,000

$100,000

$100,000

$52,000

$52,000

$5,000

$25,000

$25,000

$9,969

$9,969

$200,000

$200,000

$225,000
11,003,409
4,583,823
180,000
15,767,232

ernance Priorities
Stewardship Sys/Controls

Superintendent Smart Goals


MTSS
Growth

AA
Males

Bell
Accountability/
Times
Stewardship

CI

SpEd - RCCAP

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

Strategic Initiatives

Cust. Svc Culture

1.1
Common
Core

1.2 Induction,
Mentoring, Career
Ladders

1.3 Early
2.1
Learning Stewardship

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

Strategic Initiatives
2.2
Sustainable
Budget

2.3 Integrate
Systems

3.1 School
Culture

3.2
3.3
Communica Partnerships
tions

Performance
Enabler

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

Ask Type
Compliance /
Rev. Generator/
Operational
Cost Reducer
Redundancy

Division
Improvement
Priority

Other Division
Priority

changes

Compliance

Move to Compliance

Move to Other Division

Add under division impr

1
1

1
1

1
1

Add under division impr


1

Add under Division Impr

Add under division impr

Move to Performance En

1
1

Add under Performance

1
1

1
1

1
1

Add under Compliance /

1
1

Move to compliance (Int

1
1

1
1

Add under Compliance /

1
1

Add to compliance / op

Move to Rev Generator

1
1
1
1
1

Add under Compliance /

1
1

1
1
1

1
1

1
1

Add to Compliance / Op

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1

1
1
1
1
1

ompliance

Move to Compliance

Move to Other Division Priority

dd under division improvement as well

dd under division improvement as well

dd under Division Improvement & Compliance / Op Redundancy as well

dd under division improvement as well

Move to Performance Enabler

dd under Performance Enabler as well

dd under Compliance / Op. Redundancy

Move to compliance (Interpretation is an IDEA requirement)

dd under Compliance / Op. Redundancy

dd to compliance / op redundancy as well

Move to Rev Generator / Cost Reducer

dd under Compliance / Op. Redundancy

dd to Compliance / Op. redundancy as well

Business & Finance


Deputy Superintendent
Superintendent
T&L
Operations
Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment
HR

2014-2015 2015-2016
0.9
8.11
2.53
6.85
0.3
0.4
15.2
14.27
3.2
3.26
0.3
1.1

7.17
1.22

BUBBLE CHART - BY DIVISION BY ASK TYPE


Business & Finance

Deputy Superintendent

Superintendent

T&L

Operations

1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

HR

2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6

6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7

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Business & Finance

Deputy Superintendent

Superintendent

T&L

Operations

1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4

1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

HR

5
6
1

5
5
6

2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6

6
6
6
6
6
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7
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7
7
7

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Business & Finance

Deputy Superintendent

Superintendent

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9
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7
8
9
1
2
3
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3

T&L

Operations

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

HR

6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1

3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6

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3
4
5
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8
9
1
2
3
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5
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8
9

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Business & Finance

Deputy Superintendent

Superintendent

T&L

Operations

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5
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9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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2
3
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6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
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3
3
3
3
3
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5
5
5
5
5
5

Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment

HR

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

TABLE VIEW - BY DIVISION BY TYPE


Performanc
e Enabler
Business & Finance
Deputy Superintendent
Superintendent
T&L
Operations
Capital, Facilities,
Enrollment
HR

Admin
Automation / Technology
Stipend / Hourly Staff
PD / Training
Equipment / Vehicles
Supervision Capacity

Compliance /
Operational
Redundancy

20
28
9
31
39

7
2
1
24
2

12
15

4
1

11
22
0
7
15
2

0
0
0
1
3
3

Other

38

19

8,110,372.00
6,883,928.00
2,275,840.00
12,998,710.41
3,258,762.00
7,172,459.20
1,147,500.00

Admin

Automation /
Technology
2
5
11
2
1
0
1
5
12
1
2
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
2
4
13
20
3
2
3
8
9
1
10
2

Service Level

PD / Training

11

12

13

20

1
7
1
4
1
1
1
6
4
0
0

TYPE ($)
Admin

Automation /
Service
Technology
$162,229
5380000
$5,380,000
$965,522
$403,000
$2,000
$0
$99,765
698432
$698,432
$4,554,261
$20,000
$0
$0
$0
0
$0
$425,000
$0
$0
$0
$158,779
230000
$230,000
$1,906,730
$1,676,268
$124,200
$588,493
$147,664
580000
$580,000
$1,099,182
$75,000

Level

PD / Training

965522

403000

4554261

20000

425000

1906730

1676267.9

1099182

75000

$335,700
$151,980
$74,287
$15,000
$4,045,567
$10,000
$1,255,000
$338,961
$60,000
$80,000
$410,000
$260,000
$0
$0

15000

4045567

10000

80000

410000

260000

TEGIC PLAN COMPONENT


1.1 Common
Core

0
0
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
7
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0

1.2 Induction,
Mentoring,
Career Ladders

1.3 Early
Learning

0
3
5
5
30
2
1
0
5
5
2
1
0
2
0
1
3
0
6
5
0
0

30

0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
6
0
0
0

TEGIC PLAN COMPONENT


1.1 Common
Core

1.2 Induction,
Mentoring,
Career Ladders

1.3 Early
Learning

0
0
0
167056
141318
500000
0
0
0
245000
120490
0
0
0
1393644
0
70000
0
0
0
0
75000
0
0
365000
220840
220840
4985163
110000
30000
0
1988972.50623128
247691.9
397290
0
0
105151
0
0
180964
0
781980
1069454
0
0

245000

120490

4985163

110000

30000

105151

0
0
0
0
0
2663124.2
0
0
0
0
210000
0
0
0
410000
0
0
0

Rev. Generator/ Cost


Reducer

210000

Division
Improvement
Priority

Other Division
Priority

1
0
0
4
1

3
4
2
30
5

0
1
1
7
1

2
0

3
3

1
0

0
2
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
21
2
0

0
0
0
1
0
0

13

Equipment /
Vehicles

Supervision
Capacity

Other
Admin

14

49

10

15

7
1

Equipment /
Supervision
Vehicles
Capacity
2000

Other
Admin
0

1078047

$162,229

1511470

$99,765

0 $

50,840.00

$0

124200

588493 $ 8,314,240.51

$158,779

335700

151980

$147,664

869236

1255000

338961

1433644.2

$74,287

337500

$60,000

2.1 Stewardship 2.2 Sustainable


Budget

2.3 Integrate
Systems

3.1 School
Culture

3.2
Communication
s

2.1 Stewardship 2.2 Sustainable


Budget

2.3 Integrate
Systems

3.1 School
Culture

3.2
Communication
s

167056

141318

500000

1393644

70000

75000

365000

220840

0 1988972.506231

247691.9

397290

781980

1069454

180964

2663124.2

410000

Service Level

Supervision CapaciStaffing Contracts Automation / TechnPosition Upgrade


11
0
2
5
1

12

13

Service Level
Supervision CapaciStaffing Contracts Automation / TechnPosition Upgrade
$965,522
$0
$60,000
$5,380,000
$11,978

$4,554,261

$0

$319,600

$698,432

$0

$425,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

$1,906,730

$588,493

$41,053

$230,000

$0

$1,099,182

$151,980

$10,000

$580,000

$0

$4,045,567

$338,961

$15,520

$15,000

$0

$410,000

$0

$0

$80,000

$0

3.3
Partnerships

7
6
5
4
3

0
2
1
0

3.3
Partnerships

8
7
6

7
6
5
4
3

2
1
0

220840

Other

PD / Training

Equipment / VehiclStipend
2
1

Non-staff Contracts
0
0

10

40

20

12

10

Other
$1,006,069

PD / Training
Equipment / VehiclStipend
$403,000
$2,000

$0

Non-staff Contracts
$0

$911,870

$20,000

$0

$220,000

$60,000

$35,840

$0

$0

$0

$0

$7,427,126

$1,676,268

$124,200

$485,000

$25,000

$829,236

$75,000

$335,700

$0

$0

$430,000

$10,000

$1,255,000

$0

$0

$327,500

$260,000

$0

$0

$0

Materials

Cost Adjustment
0

0
7
6
5

0
4
3

2
1
0

Materials

Cost Adjustment
$0
$0

8
7
6

$0

$0

5
4
3

$15,000

$0

2
1
0

$109,000

$227,062

$30,000

$0

$988,124

$0

$10,000

$0